Ways you can cut out calories

Nuts are good for your heart but high in calories, so eating a smaller serving size can help you cut calories.
Nuts are good for your heart but high in calories, so eating a smaller serving size can help you cut calories.

Reducing your calorie intake while exercising and eating healthy is one of the best methods to use to lose weight. You can also pair this routine with weight loss natural supplements to increase results. 

Cutting out calories is easy and the most basic way to accelerate weight loss. You can lose up to a pound a week just by consuming just 500 calories less each day. 

You can burn as many as 350 calories a day just by moving around more. Even walking around while you're on the phone or tapping your feet while sitting at your desk can help you burn calories.

Limit your nuts
Try to cut back on nuts if you want to trim the calories. Although nuts are good for your heart, they're high in calories. It can be easy to eat a lot at once if they're in a big serving bowl, so if you do want to eat them, put them in a smaller, individual-size bowl.

Takeout food
According to a recent survey by CouponCodes4U, the average American orders three takeout meals a week - that's a lot. The main reason for this is because people don't have enough time to prepare a meal or just really have no interest in cooking. 

A meal you order in a restaurant can have as many as three times the calories you should be eating at each meal, so eating out a lot can really pack on the pounds. Restaurants serve such big portions that just one meal out can be a diet disaster. 

If you can't stay away from ordering pizza, opt for a veggie pizza instead of pepperoni, which can save you 126 calories. If you're at an Asian restaurant chain, order orange chicken with green tea rice over orange chicken and steamed brown rice. Just by taking out the steamed brown rice, you'll cut out 468 calories - enough to help you get back on track with your weight loss goals.

Anything fried isn't good for you, so try baked chicken fingers instead to save 46 calories. Keep in mind though, this is without dipping sauce, so you'll have to add the calories up if you're keeping count.

If hunger pains are getting in the way of you reducing your calorie intake, consider complementing your diet with garcinia cambogia extract, a natural appetite suppressant.

Even if you're the biggest fitness guru, losing weight and keeping it off can be a challenge. Natural ProcessTM supplements help you to lose the stubborn pounds and maintain your newfound slim figure. Each of our formulas provides a different mix of nutrients, so find the one that works best for you today!

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+David Johnson is a true health enthusiast and is someone who is passionate about educating others on weight loss, fitness and healthy eating. He believes that with proper exercise, healthy eating and natural supplements you can avoid 70% of illnesses and also improve confidence and self esteem. "Everyone needs to find their balance in life and be able to enjoy everything life has to offer, including great food, and maintain a healthy lifestyle".